Profiles in "Qualitative Inquiry" Expertise Area

  • David Carlson's primary areas of research include Qualitative Inquiry, Curriculum Studies, and Gender and Sexuality Studies in Education .
  • Frank Serafini is a Professor of Literacy Education and Children's Literature and an award-winning children's picturebook author. His work in multimodal literacies and research has garnered him international acclaim.
  • Dr. Wendy R. Williams is an Associate Professor of English Education and Visual Storytelling.
  • Kate Anderson is the Editor of the journal Linguistics and Education and teaches both graduate qualitative research methods courses and linguistics courses in educating multilingual learners.
  • Lindsey Moses is a former elementary teacher of English learners and is passionate about supporting literacy instruction in diverse classrooms.
  • Mirka Koro is a professor of qualitative research, whose scholarship operates in the intersection of methodology, philosophy, and socio-cultural critique.
  • Eldar Maksymov is an Associate Professor at ASU. He uses interviews and surveys to research monitors of financial reporting such as auditors. He has a PhD from Cornell University and 5 years of audit experience at Deloitte.
  • Katie Bernstein's work examines the language and literacy learning of linguistically diverse students and the contexts that shape their learning: from peer interactions to teacher beliefs to state-level language policy.